Twyla Tharp revolutionized the world of dance, and now, Indiana University students are learning the works and techniques that made her a legend.
Thanks in large part to the efforts of a group of sorority women from Indiana University, children in the village of El Toro, Nicaragua, are now attending school in a bright, modern new building with plenty of school supplies and teachers. After raising a collective $40,000 and taking an eight-week preparation class, a group of nine members… Read more »
Through an immersive summer course offered by the Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington, students from IU and the University of Belgrade in Serbia are learning more about how children with disabilities are supported in different cultures. “International Comparative Exchange: Services for Children with Disabilities” was first offered in the summer of 2016, when six… Read more »
The Bloomington Faculty Council is hosting a campus-community forum Thursday, Feb 23, from 4–6 pm in Presidents Hall, Franklin Hall.
Ever accidentally clicked on a phishing scam email and ended up with a computer virus, or been notified by your bank that someone in Utah is using your credit card (when the furthest you’ve traveled that week is downtown Bloomington)?